Recent Court of Appeals Impacts Hobby Drone Registration

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Photo in image by Mauricio Lima and highlights cattle with a quadcopter hovering over the cattle

In this episode, Paul discusses the recent decision in Taylor v. Huerta.  This case involved FAA’s earlier decision to require all unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to be registered.  Paul will discuss how this decision could impact agriculture and explain what the recent decision means to others.  Continue reading

Episode 4: Hey Paul, Can I Shoot Down a Drone?

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Photo in image is of UAV/drone being flown in Maryland.  Photo is by Edwin Remsberg

One issue related to drones and privacy we have not dealt with so far is: “Can I shoot down a drone over my property?”  The simple answer to this question is NO!  Shooting down a drone flying over your property is never a good idea. In this episode, I discuss why it’s never a good idea to shoot down a drone. Continue reading